In this article, Alexander von Zitzewitz teaches you how to organize your code and how to describe this organization using hello2morrow's architecture DSL implemented by their static analysis tool Sonargraph-Architect.
JAX London speaker Nicolai Parlog offers a sneak peek into his session and shows you how to write tests with JUnit 5. Read everything you need to know about compatibility with previous JUnit versions, IDEs, and other testing tools.
JAX London speaker Daniel van Gils offers a sneak peek at his workshop and teaches you how to create the RIGHT minimal lovable image for your microservice architecture and run it in production.
Who are the most influential Java people in the Twittersphere? After analyzing thousands of accounts, we created a list of people that every Java enthusiast or pro should be following.
In this article, Bart Blommaerts , JAX London speaker, talks about the serverless movement, focuses on keywords such as serverless cloud and serverless framework and offers a few practical examples of how to put it into practice.
JAX London speaker Martin Gorner shows you how to: set up your Google Cloud Platform project to use Cloud Dataflow, create a Maven project with the Cloud Dataflow SDK and examples, and run an example pipeline using the Google Cloud Platform Console.